The Majority Vote
A film designed to provoke discussion on the question of whether the elected representative of a group may legitimately support a measure which is disliked by the majority of electors. A situation is presented in which a class of high-school students voice their disapproval of the support given by their student council representative to a measure curtailing their extracurricular activities. In defending her action the representative gives adequate reasons for her support of the measure. The audience is invited to express its opinions.
1953, 06 min 52 s
Recognition of Merit - Category: Sociological and Political
Annual Golden Reel Film Festival - Film Council of America
April 1 to 3 1954, Chicago - USA
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